Montgomery College will continue in a mostly remote learning format with some exceptions during its summer and fall semesters. In a memo to the college’s employees and students released Friday, President Dr. DeRionne Pollard cited concerns for students and staff’s safety as factoring into the decision to continue with remote learning. Currently, classes at all three of its campuses are being held remotely. “There will be some exceptions for a few classes which rely heavily on hands-on experiences,” Pollard said.
Most summer classes in Montgomery College to stay online, some in-person during fall semester
March 1, 2021